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The book can be a bit hard to follow at times because the translation from print to Ebook is spotty.
Kuyper is simply brilliant and his writing is amazing - tackling difficult issues and concepts, yet making it accessible to an interested and engaged reader.
I would suggest this book as a must read for individuals, small groups if even topics for a topical sermon series.
Excellent book though written in dense prose! It is a Protestant and Calvinistic classic and must be read with patience....Published 18 hours ago by dogooder
This is the best explication of Common Grace I have ever read. He makes it SO clear. Fantastic. On-point, not pedantic. He utilizes real-world illustrations to support his thesis. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Anthony Porter
It is amazing to see how Kuyper remains relevant after one century. Easy reading, sound arguments, Bible-based. Chapters on politics and science are superb. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JOSE DE O AVILLA
Clear (though deep) outline of reform theology and how it relates to modern (and post-modern) society.Published 6 months ago by Michael Sasse
Don't approach this book expecting to read on the soteriology of Calvinism; this piece is so much more. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Kudos to Eerdmans for keeping this landmark work on "Creating a Christian Worldview" (Peter Heslam's title for his book on the historical context and significance of the lectures)... Read morePublished 11 months ago by daffydd clywd
The book can be a bit hard to follow at times because the translation from print to Ebook is spotty. There is stray punctuation in places and misspellings.Published 12 months ago by Peter Lazio
A very clear and comprehensive discussion of the extraordinary contributions of Calvinism to all aspects of western civilization and it's success on the world stagePublished 13 months ago by sineath roberts